Gardes-Marines III

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Gardes-Marines III or (Russian: Гардемарины III, romanizedGardemariny III) is a 1992 Soviet two-series television movie (mini-series), the third of a series of films about Russian Gardes-Marines of the 18th century, directed by Svetlana Druzhinina.[1][2]

Gardes-Marines III
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Directed bySvetlana Druzhinina
Written byYuri Nagibin
Svetlana Druzhinina
Nina Sorotokina
StarringDmitry Kharatyan
Mikhail Mamaev
Yevgeniy Yevstigneyev
Lyudmila Gurchenko
Kristina Orbakaitė
CinematographyAnatoly Mukasei
Music byVictor Lebedev
Production
company
Release date
1992
Running time
107 min.
CountriesUSSR
Russia
Germany
LanguageRussian

PlotEdit

There is a Seven Years' War, Russian soldiers are compelled to fight for the interests of France and Austria against Prussia. The midshipmen continue to serve their homeland selflessly. One - on the expedition, the other - at the court, and the third was sent to Venice, to transfer the box with the decoration. In fact, in the box the message, on which the future destinies of Europe and Russia depend.

CastEdit

SoundtrackEdit

  • "Do not hang your nose!" (Не вешать нос!) – Dmitry Kharatyan and Aleksandr Domogarov
  • "Offense is cheap in Russia" (Дёшева обида на Руси) – Dmitry Kharatyan

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Гардемарины-3. Х/ф".
  2. ^ "Премьера фильма "Гардемарины-III"". Kommersant. 20 November 1992.

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